US Foreign Policy

Author: Michael Cox

Publisher: Oxford University Press

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Page: 496

View: 847

Giving students a perspective on US foreign policy that is critical and connected, US Foreign Policy, Third Edition, is the student toolkit for navigating the ever-changing dynamics of the subject area. Using the book, students learn how to critically assess US foreign policy, as they are presented with diverse political perspectives and given the tools to come to their own conclusions. Carefully developed "major debates" and "controversies" features help students to connect theory with the real-world politics. As policy continues to change before our eyes, US Foreign Policy, Third Edition, brings together the world's leading experts in the field to provide the most comprehensive overview of America's ever-changing role in international politics. This new edition reflects the legacy of the Obama administration, the unfurling impacts of President Trump, and the American role in world affairs. It includes new chapters on gender, religion, East Asia, and the Liberal International Order. The following online resources for students and lecturers accompany the book: For students: Interactive map detailing U.S. foreign policy by region Multiple choice questions For lecturers: Essay and seminar questions
Government publications

Peace and War

Author: United States. Department of State

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Category: Government publications

Page: 144

View: 453

FR-GOV-DOC (copy 2): From the John Holmes Library collection.
International relations

The Politics of United States Foreign Policy

Author: Jerel A. Rosati

Publisher: Wadsworth Publishing Company

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Category: International relations

Page: 510

View: 120

Widely considered to be a definitive work on how U.S. foreign policy is made, THE POLITICS OF UNITED STATES FOREIGN POLICY, International Edition uses three levels of analysis that demonstrate how government, society, and the historical-global environment all impact policymaking. Appropriate for those professors who want to teach a course that emphasizes process, the text blends substance, history, and theory in a lively narrative that is comprehensive, accessible, and informative. This new fifth edition is streamlined and updated and includes coverage of the 2008 elections, the new Congress, the global economic crisis, updates on the Iraq War, and the Obama administration’s foreign policy.
United States

United States Foreign Policy

Author: United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Foreign Relations

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Category: United States

Page: 1473

View: 177

History

US Foreign Policy in World History

Author: David Ryan

Publisher: Psychology Press

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Category: History

Page: 255

View: 777

A survey of US foreign relations and its perceived crusade to spread liberty and democracy in the 200 years since the American Revolution. This book explores whether consciousness and "spirit" has been driven by materialism as Marx believed all history has been. David Ryan undertakes a systematic and material analysis of US foreign policy, whilst also explaining the policymakers' grand ideologies and the ideas that have shaped US diplomacy. It explores these arguments by taking a thematic approach structured around central episodes and ideas in the history of US foreign relations and policy making, including: the Monroe Doctrine, its philosophical goals and impact; Imperialism and expansionism; the Cold War; Third World development; the "evil empires" of Nasser, the Sandinistas and Saddam Hussein; and the place of goal for economic integration within foreign affairs.
History

Crucible of Power

Author: Howard Jones

Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield

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Category: History

Page: 555

View: 332

This volume relies on the natural chronology of historical events to organize and narrate the story as the nation's leaders saw it. Using this narrative approach, the tangled and often confusing nature of foreign affairs is uncovered without the illusion that in the past, American foreign relations took place in a well-ordered fashion. From this history, students will understand the plight of present-day policymakers who encounter an array of problems that are rarely susceptible to simple analysis and ready solution.
History

U.S. Foreign Policy

Author: Akis Kalaitzidis

Publisher: ABC-CLIO

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Category: History

Page: 331

View: 726

A critical tool for the study of U.S. history, this volume offers an analysis of important documents and decisions in U.S. foreign policy from George Washington to Barack Obama. * A comprehensive list of U.S. foreign policy documents * Primary documents such as treaties and speeches with each chapter * Sidebars detailing events during the period under discussion * References, including Internet sites, for each chapter * Indexes of major documents organized under various themes, such as "alliances" and "arms reduction treaties" * A comprehensive list of web-based resources
Economic assistance, American

The Future of U.S. Foreign Policy

Author: United States. Congress. House. Committee on Foreign Affairs

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Category: Economic assistance, American

Page: 481

View: 159

Political Science

Writing Security

Author: David Campbell

Publisher: U of Minnesota Press

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Category: Political Science

Page: 269

View: 504

Political Science

Congress and the Politics of U.S. Foreign Policy

Author: James M. Lindsay

Publisher:

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Category: Political Science

Page: 228

View: 722

James Lindsay offers a timely and comprehensive examination of the role the modern Congress plays in foreign policy. He shows how the resurgence of congressional activism marks a return to the pattern that was once the norm in American politics. He analyzes the distribution of decision-making authority in Congress and offers a broader understanding of how the United States will develop a new foreign policy for the post-Cold War world.
Political Science

The Politics of United States Foreign Policy

Author: James M. Scott

Publisher: CQ Press

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Category: Political Science

Page: 544

View: 817

"This is a deep and well-thought out framework for studying U.S. foreign policy. Its focus on institutions and decision-making sets it apart from other texts, and its ability to help students think systematically and empirically is a major plus" —Matthew Zierler, Michigan State University What are the factors that shape and determine the foreign policy choices of the United States? The Politics of United States Foreign Policy helps students consider the players, processes, and politics that drive U.S. decisions and involvement in foreign policy. James Scott and Jerel Rosati emphasize that society, government, and global forces have a role to play in the struggle over competing values when it comes to foreign policymaking. The book discusses historical patterns, the president’s ability to influence both at home and abroad, and the tension between democracy and national security. Now at CQ Press, the Seventh Edition has been updated to cover developments since the end of the Obama administration, the transition to the Trump administration, the challenges of changing international and domestic contexts, and the increasingly partisan political environment. The authors provide a comprehensive text that blends substance, theory, and stimulating analysis.
International business enterprises

Multinational Corporations and United States Foreign Policy

Author: United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Foreign Relations. Subcommittee on Multinational Corporations

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Category: International business enterprises

Page:

View: 117

Political science

The Politics of United States Foreign Policy

Author: James Scott

Publisher: Cengage Learning

ISBN:

Category: Political science

Page: 507

View: 618

Widely considered to be a definitive work on U.S. foreign policymaking, THE POLITICS OF UNITED STATES FOREIGN POLICY: ADVANTAGE SERIES, International Edition uses three levels of analysis to demonstrate how government, society, and the historical-global environment all impact policymaking. Focusing more on the process of creating policy than the history, this comprehensive text blends substance, history, and theory in a lively narrative that is engaging, accessible, and informative. Streamlined and updated, the new Sixth Edition presents theory in current context with late-breaking coverage of the 2012 elections, the new Congress, the global economic crisis, updates on the wars and crises abroad, the Obama administration's foreign policy, and more.
Political Science

United States Foreign Policy Toward Africa

Author: Peter J. Schraeder

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN:

Category: Political Science

Page: 347

View: 518

In this book Peter Schraeder offers the first comprehensive theoretical analysis of US foreign policy toward Africa in the postwar era. He argues that though we often assume that US policymakers 'speak with one voice', Washington's foreign policy is, however, derived from numerous centres of power which each have the ability to pull policy in different directions. The book describes the evolution of policy at three levels: Presidents and their close advisors; the bureaucracies of the executive branch; and Congress and African affairs interest groups. Most importantly, the evidence presented demonstrates that the nature of events in Africa has itself affected the operation of the US policymaking process, and the substance of US policy. Drawing on over 100 interviews, and detailed case studies in Zaire, Ethiopia-Somalia and South Africa, this book provides a unique analysis of the historical evolution of US foreign policy towards Africa from the 1940s to the 1990s.
History

American Foreign Relations Since 1600

Author: Robert L. Beisner

Publisher: ABC-CLIO

ISBN:

Category: History

Page: 2065

View: 252

Chronicles American foreign relations literature from colonial times to the present, with updated material on post World-War II.